The day buyer (year one to year twenty)

Contract signed in pidgin must have been.
Bowels wave by speaking in tongues the dervishes.
The adult swing couldn’t nourish a bugbear.
What is this I I walk around with haunted by?
The other eyes they prank like bone diseases.
Nail in the foot a keloid on my knees.
No stutters for this crooked mouth foreclosed.
A dog-smell cat-smell people-smell nose.
Trip to the Mammoth don’t inhale don’t squeeze.
Half a body now the limbs white and clenching.

Other Me named Charlie fattens in the dungeon.
The great groin discovery hoaxed years ago.
Charlie crawls from my ribs the ribs afloat.
Xenophobes they murmur murder about xenophobes.
Attached-to humanoid nods off on folk medicine.
Distillery belches through a slack face colonised.
Where the morbid slunk off to the father did not.
Freud and his reality Lee and his affronts on.
Old-city huffers meet well-bred others in polyglot.
If life suffers life begets life hardwon.

alternative for clarity:

The Day Buyer (Conception and Fruition)

1 Contract signed in pidgin must have been.
2 Bowels wave by speaking in tongues the dervishes.
3 The adult swing couldn’t nourish a bugbear.
4 What is this I I walk around with haunted by?
5 The other eyes they prank like bone diseases.
6 Nail in the foot a keloid on my knees.
7 No stutters for this crooked mouth foreclosed.
8 A dog-smell cat-smell people-smell nose.
9 Trip to the Mammoth don’t inhale don’t squeeze.
10 Half a body now the limbs white and clenching.

11 Other Me named Charlie fattens in the dungeon.
12 The great groin discovery ruined years ago.
13 Charlie crawls from my ribs the ribs afloat.
14 Xenophobes they murmur murder about xenophobes.
15 Attached-to humanoid nods off on folk medicine.
16 Distillery belches through a slack face colonised.
17 Where the morbid slunk off to the father did not.
18 Freud and his reality Lee and his affronts on.
19 Old-city huffers meet well-bred others in polyglot.
20 If life suffers life begets life hardwon.



A Godless Stuttering (PDF)

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~ by Jeremy on April 5, 2012.

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